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English as a World Language - TEFL Blog


Wed, 06 Nov 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences English as a World Language English is considered a universal language, mainly because it is widely spoken all over the world. English was originally the language of England. Its expansion became imperative due to the dominance in world trade, religion, technology, tourism, education and so on. UK expansion and incursion of the USA as the first world power saw the migration of the English language all over the world. About 70 countries adopt the English language as their official language and statistics have it that the English language is one of the easiest languages to learn when compared with other languages like Chinese, French, German or Spanish. Table of Contents English Prevalence English in Asia ESL Career Difficulties Do...  [Read more]

Qualifications Genuine TEFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Qualifications Genuine TEFL Check out tefl tesol about Qualifications Genuine TEFL and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts G.R. - Libya said: English as a Global LanguageThe Christian Bible explains the advent of different languages and ever since that event communication between people of different languages had been a problem. During modern times people are no longer separated by distance and there is continued interaction between different nationalities, the most common being trading for business purposes. Communication due to different languages is becoming more and more...  [Read more]

How much can I earn teaching English in the United Arab Emirates? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How much can I earn teaching English in the United Arab Emirates? The United Arab Emirates is a fascinating country as up to 90% of the population is comprised of expatriates from all over the world. This unique environment provides a great opportunity for teaching English abroad as demand is very high, particularly in the major centers such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi. As the financial rewards are also famously high, competition for the best jobs can be particularly intense. Newly qualified teachers without classroom experience are unlikely to be successful, but those who do meet the criteria can expect to live very comfortably during their stay in the UAE. What are TEFL salaries in the United Arab Emirates? There are a wide variety of employment options throughout the country, all of...  [Read more]

Can I teach English with just a TEFL certificate? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Can I teach English with just a TEFL certificate? While some countries mandate a degree for specific teaching roles, numerous opportunities exist for those without one. Flexibility in job types and conditions can pave the way. A prominent qualification that many employers globally seek is the TEFL certificate. Possessing a 120-hour TEFL certification enhances your employability, and further specialization can boost your prospects. Key areas of specialization include: In essence, while a degree is beneficial, a TEFL certificate opens doors to diverse teaching opportunities worldwide. Table of Contents Where can I teach EFL without a university degree? Latin America Asia Europe Highlight on Spain Finally, consider internship programs or volunteering Where can I teach EFL without a...  [Read more]

Can I teach English with just a TEFL certificate? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Can I teach English with just a TEFL certificate? We should start by acknowledging that there are some countries where a degree is required for certain teaching jobs. However, even within these countries there are often opportunities for teachers without a degree. In such situations you would need to be more flexible in terms of the type of job and conditions. As we will see later, undertaking volunteering or internship programs are examples of such flexibility. The main point here is that you can teach in many countries without a degree, provided you do have some other attributes or qualifications that employers are looking for. One of the most important qualifications worldwide for EFL teachers is the TEFL certificate. If you have a certificate of at least 120 hours then you should be...  [Read more]

5 Simple Ideas on Teaching Grammar - TEFL Blog


Fri, 02 Aug 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas 5 Simple Ideas on Teaching Grammar I think of myself as having been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to learn other languages at a young age. I was taught French in primary school and at home, I learned or acquired Spanish. At school, I remember my language teacher being very textbook-oriented and she focused and followed the book to the "T". I picked up easily on the grammar because I had already learned Spanish at home and I was also very keen to learn foreign languages, especially French. The grammar didn't seem difficult or boring to me at all because I had already been exposed to the language at a very early age. However, many students didn't feel the same way I did and had difficulty with the subject and therefore,...  [Read more]

Where is it easiest to teach English? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Where is it easiest to teach English? As English continues to grow in popularity as a second language, a plethora of exciting destinations have become viable for teaching abroad. There are thriving English teaching communities on every continent (bar Antarctica), each with unique opportunities, decent salaries, and a quality of life that often surpasses the local norm. However, certain countries prove more straightforward for settling in as a TEFL teacher. We have evaluated various criteria like job availability, visa procedures, income-to-cost of living ratio, local hospitality, and even gastronomic offerings to compile this list of prime teaching destinations. We have featured one country per geographical region to provide some diverse options. South Korea South Korea is a favorite...  [Read more]

Top 5 Tips: How to Learn a New Language When Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Sun, 29 Apr 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations TEFL Information Top 5 Tips: How to Learn a New Language When Teaching English Abroad Teaching English abroad is an exciting adventure for many and it offers plenty of opportunities for traveling, exploring a new culture and making new friends from around the world. While you do not need to speak any language other than English to be a successful teacher, many people choose to embrace the opportunity to learn a foreign language while teaching English overseas. Table of Contents 1. Take Language Classes 2. Participate in Language Exchanges 3. Learn Verbs! 4. Go Exploring on Your Own 5. Don't Be Afraid to Make Mistakes Listen to this blog post Are you ready for your adventure abroad? Related Articles: Being able to speak the language of...  [Read more]

Troubles Faced by Students from China When Learning English - TEFL Blog


Fri, 08 Nov 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Troubles Faced by Students from China When Learning English If you think of Chinese ESL students it is safe to assume that most teachers would immediately worry about how they should teach phonics to Mandarin speakers. It is also true that the media has portrayed the Chinese accent as one of the most challenging to understand or even get rid of. Table of Contents Personal Experience Phonetical Errors Grammar Challenges Problems Due to Geographical Origin of Students Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Graciela G. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Personal Experience Usually,...  [Read more]

The Many Reasons For Taking a TEFL Course - TEFL Blog


Mon, 11 Mar 2019 Mark Crocker Alumni Experiences The Many Reasons For Taking a TEFL Course There are many different reasons why someone might choose to complete a TEFL course. For some it may be simply to earn a new qualification whilst for others there may be much more to it than that. This post will highlight and explain some of the main reasons why people choose to study and complete TEFL courses. Table of Contents The Gateway to a New Life Abroad International Job Requirements Build on Your Existing Teaching Skills Boost of Confidence for New Teachers Build a CV/Resume for the Future What is your motivation for taking a TEFL course? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Connie S. The Gateway to a New Life Abroad One...  [Read more]

The Importance of Phonetics when Teaching English - TEFL Blog


Wed, 15 Jul 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences The Importance of Phonetics when Teaching English For the longest time, people have separated teaching English from linguistics, which tends to include all their subcategories. However, phonetics, in particular, plays an incredibly integral part of the teaching of the English language. Why is an understanding of phonetics important in aiding the teaching pronunciation, articulation, and intonation? Being able to demonstrate how one changes the shape of their mouth, or the placement of their tongue can be the difference between someone speaking correct English and sounding as close as possible to a native speaker. Without at least a basic knowledge of this concept, how can we as teachers properly explain and display the way our...  [Read more]

Top 10 Things to Know When Moving Abroad to Teach English - TEFL Blog


Thu, 11 Oct 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations TEFL Information Top 10 Things to Know When Moving Abroad to Teach English So you are taking the leap and moving abroad to teach English. That's amazing! It's definitely not an easy task to pack all your belongings into one suitcase and just leave - but working abroad, getting paid to travel and meeting new, like-minded people is definitely worth the hassle. Once you have all your necessary documents in hand, you can think about the actual moving part of the ordeal. It's definitely not the same as going on a vacation and there are many things you need to think about. Here are ten things you need to know when moving abroad to teach English. Table of Contents 2. What are the local visa regulations? 3. What are the climate, weather and...  [Read more]

What is Business English? - TEFL Blog


Wed, 15 Apr 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas What is Business English? The simplest definition of "business English" is English as it is used in the business world, e.g, in trade, commerce, and finance. It is a branch of ESP (English for Specific Purposes) because the combination of certain words, phrases, and politeness present in business English is specific to conducting business meetings, giving presentations, performing negotiations, and handling business correspondence and reports. Due in part to the dominance of the economy of the English speaking world (e.g., America and Europe) in the global marketplace, English came to be regarded as the international language of business. With the growth of global economic interdependence, learning business English has become...  [Read more]

How can I teach online without a degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How can I teach online without a degree? With the help of the information we have provided below, you can start teaching English as a foreign language online even if you don’t have a degree. We have looked at why some employers might insist on a degree, how to increase your chances of getting hired, and where to hunt for jobs. Why do some online teaching jobs require a degree? Normally, employers require a degree in order to obtain a work visa when hiring someone to teach English abroad. Visas are not a problem, though, when it comes to teaching online - so why do they still want teachers with degrees? One reason can be found in recent reforms made in the largest TEFL market: China. China is the largest TEFL market in the world, and this is also true for the online TEFL sector, where...  [Read more]

You're Never Too Old to Change Your Life and Do a TEFL Course - TEFL Blog


Sun, 20 May 2018 Linda Dunsmore TEFL Information You're Never Too Old to Change Your Life and Do a TEFL Course Some people may feel that doing a TEFL course is something for young people who want to travel and experience what the world has to offer. Whilst that is certainly the case, why should it only apply to younger people? Table of Contents Plan the Steps Your Current Job Your Home Your Family and Friends What Documents to Take What Luggage to Take Looking for Work Listen to this blog post Are you ready for your adventure abroad? Related Articles: There is no upper age limit for taking a TEFL course, and why should there be? You will find that some countries and individual companies set age limits when employing teachers; however, there are still plenty of great options for...  [Read more]

How can I teach online without a degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How can I teach online without a degree? While a degree can be beneficial, it is entirely possible to teach English online without one. Although some employers might prioritize degree holders, many value experience and certifications. To boost your chances of getting hired, it is important to understand employer preferences, continuously upskill, and be strategic about where you apply. Popular platforms for non-degree holders include Preply, Cambly, Palfish, and Acadsoc. Table of Contents Why do some online teaching jobs require a degree? What do you need to teach English online? Which TEFL course should I get for teaching English online? Why do some online teaching jobs require a degree? Normally, employers require a degree in order to obtain a work visa when hiring someone to teach...  [Read more]

Achieving TEFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Achieving TEFL Check out tefl tesol about Achieving TEFL and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts T.H. - U.S.A. said: Why complete a TEFL courseWhat is TEFL? TEFL is the acronym for teaching English as a foreign language. This is teaching English to students whose native language is not English. TEFL usually takes place abroad in a non-English speaking country. If one is considering living or traveling abroad and is interested in teaching English, then they should at least research and consider completing a tefl course to get an overview and understanding of what is involved. After...  [Read more]

How much is it to do a TEFL course? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How much is it to do a TEFL course? Within the TEFL world there is no standardized content or set course length, which allows providers to offer any style of course they want at whatever price they see fit. When choosing the right option to suit you it is best not to simply go for the cheapest one available as it may not be of sufficient quality or depth to satisfy potential employers in the country you wish to work in. Also, cheap courses are unlikely to provide suitable preparation for starting a new career as an EFL teacher. To give yourself the best start to a new life teaching English abroad it is recommended that you consider more than just the initial cost of the TEFL certification course. What is the cost of an in-class TEFL course? In-class TEFL courses usually involve 4-weeks...  [Read more]

How much is it to do a TEFL course? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How much is it to do a TEFL course? Within the TEFL world there is no standardized content or set course length, which allows providers to offer any style of course they want at whatever price they see fit. When choosing the right option to suit you it is best not to simply go for the cheapest one available as it may not be of sufficient quality or depth to satisfy potential employers in the country you wish to work in. Also, cheap courses are unlikely to provide suitable preparation for starting a new career as an EFL teacher. To give yourself the best start to a new life teaching English abroad it is recommended that you consider more than just the initial cost of the TEFL certification course. Table of Contents What is the cost of an in-class TEFL course? What is the cost of an...  [Read more]

5 Important Things to Prepare You for Teaching English in Hanoi - TEFL Blog


Mon, 15 Oct 2018 Katie and Jake from Untold Wanderlust Destinations 5 Important Things to Prepare You for Teaching English in Hanoi After galivanting around India, Central Asia, and Europe for the summer, we finally decided to head back to Vietnam for another year of teaching. However, this time we were going to make a huge change! Instead of going back to our jobs, apartment and friends in Ho Chi Minh City, we decided to check out what Hanoi has to offer. Although it's the same country, it's like starting all over again! As we have only recently gone through this huge change, we have decided to put together 5 important things to help you make the move to Hanoi and teach English. Table of Contents Looking for work as an ESL teacher Finding somewhere to live Getting around Hanoi Food...  [Read more]

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: All You Need to Know and How to Apply - TEFL Blog


Mon, 15 Oct 2018 Laura Payne Destinations TEFL Information The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: All You Need to Know and How to Apply The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program is not the only means to teach English in Japan, but it is one of the most popular programs out there both for aspiring teachers and those who wish to pursue other fields. I first joined this program a little over a year ago. In the short time since then, I've gained incredibly valuable experiences through my work as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT). Table of Contents The History of JET Duties of an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) How to Apply for the JET Program Remuneration and Living Rewards of JET Common Challenges for ALTs The JET Community Listen to this blog post What are you waiting...  [Read more]

How To Start Your Own ESL Teaching Service - TEFL Blog


Mon, 05 Aug 2019 Bri Freeman TEFL Information Alumni Experiences How To Start Your Own ESL Teaching Service The number one question I had to answer before deciding to start Practical English Teacher was "Do I want a new boss or to be my own boss?". I spent months asking myself this before I finally decided to do it. There's a lot of security and credibility that comes with working for a larger ESL company. And I'm not knocking anyone who wants to do that but if you're like me and you're looking for some advice on where to start with your own ESL Service, let's talk. Table of Contents Starting Out Advertising and Expanding How Do I Create a Platform? Best of Luck! Do you want to teach English online? Become a TEFL certified teacher! Related Articles: Starting Out First and I would...  [Read more]

Ask A Non Native TEFL Teacher: Career, Motivation, Self Development - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Ask a Non-Native TEFL teacher: Career, Motivation, Self-Development   Hey guys, it's Liza here and I'm super happy to welcome you to our weekly ITTT live session. Today we are going to talk about some usual teaching stuff and if you are interested in anything related to TEFL teaching or career building, this is for you. Feel free to comment and I'll try to help you out with my thoughts and ideas, and maybe you'll find my suggestions useful. I have to fix my camera just slightly, I feel like it's moving down somehow. I hope that you can hear me clearly and see me clearly, please let me know where you guys are from. Also, let me know what stage of your career development you are at. As for me, I'm a TEFL teacher. I used to teach in China several years ago but nowadays I'm almost...  [Read more]

Ask a Non-Native TEFL teacher: Career, Motivation, Self-Development - TEFL Blog


Mon, 17 May 2021 Federico Riva TEFL Information Teaching Ideas Ask a Non-Native TEFL teacher: Career, Motivation, Self-Development Hey guys, it's Liza here and I'm super happy to welcome you to our weekly ITTT live session. Today we are going to talk about some usual teaching stuff and if you are interested in anything related to TEFL teaching or career building, this is for you. Feel free to comment and I'll try to help you out with my thoughts and ideas, and maybe you'll find my suggestions useful. I have to fix my camera just slightly, I feel like it's moving down somehow. I hope that you can hear me clearly and see me clearly, please let me know where you guys are from. Also, let me know what stage of your career development you are at. Table of Contents Watch the live session...  [Read more]

TEFL Cape Town - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL South Africa ▷ ITTT course


TEFL Cape Town | TEFL South Africa Cape Town, one of South Africa's capitals, is located at the edge of the African continent, greeting both the Atlantic and the Indian oceans. Overlooking the city, rising almost straight from the sea, is the majestic Table Mountain reaching over 1000 meters high. Being the oldest city in South Africa, the Mother City – as it's often called, offers travelers a rich diversity of history and culture, dating back to the 1400s. Travelers have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the South African culture by exploring and enriching their minds with all that Cape Town has to offer. With the vast expanse of nature, Cape Town offers a great balance between natural beauty and urban life. In recent years, tourism in the Cape Town area has increased...  [Read more]

Ask a Non-Native TEFL Teacher: Career, Motivation, Self-Development - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Ask a Non-Native TEFL Teacher: Career, Motivation, Self-Development 04/20/2021 hey guys it's liza here and i'm super happy to welcome you to our weekly itttt live session uh today we are going to talk um about some usual teaching stuff and if you are interested in anything related to tefl teaching or um probably career building so feel free to uh comment and i'll try to help you out and reach you back with uh my thoughts and ideas um and maybe you'll find um my suggestions useful okay uh i have to fix my camera just slightly i feel like it's moving moving down somehow so um i hope that you can hear me clearly and you can see me clearly and if you see this video if you see this live please let me know where are you guys from so what's something is wrong with my camera uh for some reason i...  [Read more]

8 Mistakes to Avoid When Applying to EFL Teaching Jobs - TEFL Blog


Fri, 21 Apr 2023 Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences 8 Mistakes to Avoid When Applying to EFL Teaching Jobs In this blog post, we will look at 8 common mistakes made by applicants in their applications for ESL teaching positions. Table of Contents Watch the video about this topic We are going to look at eight of the biggest mistakes to avoid when applying for an ESL teaching job. 1. Follow the instruction given about how to apply 2. Proofread your Application before sending 3. Not attaching a cover letter. 4. Not addressing the letter to a person. 5. Applying in a country where you don't meet the requirements. 6. Applying for a job you're not qualified for. 7. Not providing proof of English proficiency if you're a non-native speaker. 8. Not attaching a photo. Are you...  [Read more]

Top 8 Misconceptions About Teaching ESL - TEFL Blog


Fri, 18 Nov 2022 Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Top 8 Misconceptions About Teaching ESL In this blog post, we will look at 8 of the most widely held misconceptions regarding the teaching of ESL worldwide. Table of Contents Watch the video about this topic Misconception #1: It's really hard to find a job Misconception #1: You need a degree to teach English abroad. Misconception #3: Teaching English abroad doesn't pay well Misconception #4: You need to speak another language to teach ESL abroad Misconception #5: You have to teach kids Misconception #6: Teaching ESL is only a job for young people Misconception #7: You don't need a TEFL qualification, if you're a native English speaker Are you ready to teach English as a foreign language? Related Articles: Check out...  [Read more]

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TEFL & TESOL Jobs FAQ If you are nearing the end of your TEFL certification course or you are already certified but have yet to start teaching, you will probably have a number of questions regarding English language teaching jobs. In our FAQs below we tackle a wide range of questions, from which countries offer the best options to how to go about landing a position in your country of choice. You will also find answers about job interviews, how to prepare your documentation, and a whole host of other job related info. What questions should I ask a TEFL employer?    To decide whether a job is right for you it is essential to get as much information as possible during the interview. You should be clear on areas such as salary, working hours, class size, student's age,...  [Read more]

Q&A About TEFL/TESOL ✅ Ask us anything! - TEFL Blog


Mon, 01 Mar 2021 Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Q&A About TEFL/TESOL ✅ Ask us anything! English to me and I'll answer them to the best of my ability. We have a first time watcher Sebastian watching from Cameroon and it is 2:00 a.m. there, wow thanks so much for staying up and watching our live stream, that's awesome. Table of Contents Watch the live session here Muhammad asks how much is the course and how many courses do we have? We have another question from Maria. I did the 120-hour TEFL course, is it valid everywhere? Okay, Hamza wants to inquire concerning the duration of the 120-hour TEFL online course. Another question from Hamza, how much does the 120-hour TEFL online course cost? Okay great, we have a question from Christine. I'm...  [Read more]

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